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SicklersDink
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Reply #20 - Aug 9th, 2018 at 8:32pm
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Can you change your mind and at least accept the LP as a potential political force in the future. Not just a silly ideology that will always be meaningless like a toothless tiger or one of Oppo's hippos?

I'm not ever going to allow you to  destroy the LP's future of becoming the law of the land.
  
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Reply #21 - Aug 9th, 2018 at 10:06pm
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Can you change your mind and at least accept the LP as a potential political force in the future. Not just a silly ideology that will always be meaningless like a toothless tiger or one of Oppo's hippos?

Sorry, no.  The Libertarian Party will always oppose Income Tax.

You're an advocate for the Green Party:

• Heavy, Progressive Income Tax on corporations

• Does NOT support a Flat Tax.

• Income Tax Raises on wealthy individuals.

• Redistribution of wealth by taxation.

• Supports Universal Basic Income (government hand-outs to everyone)

Embrace it, Dink.

But please understand that the Libertarian Party will never agree to any of this silly neo-Marxist nonsense.

Not ever.  Scout's honor.

You're not going to change our core principles.  You need to deal with that.
  
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Reply #22 - Aug 9th, 2018 at 11:03pm
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You're either a Democrat or Republican plant on this board. The evidence I have for that is your outright claim that our party doesn't stand a chance. That's not acceptable.
  
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Reply #23 - Aug 9th, 2018 at 11:36pm
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You're either a Democrat or Republican plant on this board. The evidence I have for that is your outright claim that our party doesn't stand a chance. That's not acceptable.

You obviously don't have a clue what libertarianism is, Dink.

Stop pretending you do.
  
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Reply #24 - Aug 10th, 2018 at 11:17am
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SkyChief wrote on Aug 9th, 2018 at 11:36pm:
You obviously don't have a clue what libertarianism is, Dink.

Stop pretending you do.


Playing to you is a waste of my time.

Just getting the message out that you have declared that the LP has no chance politically is enough said for any observers coming to this forum to get the message on your motive.

So would you like to retract that statement? I said I would allow you to do that and it wouldn't be brought up again.

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in the real world, Americans are searching for an alternative to the two major parties that are both warmonger asses and completely out of touch with the needs of the people. It behooves all of us to keep on promoting the LP and it's chances of building upon it's small existing base. If we don't, those people are probably going to stray somewhere else as they come to realize that Trump is not delivering to the ordinary people in the way he promised.

Their only real choices are Libertarian or socialist!
  
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Reply #25 - Aug 10th, 2018 at 12:31pm
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Playing to you is a waste of my time.

Just getting the message out that you have declared that the LP has no chance politically is enough said for any observers coming to this forum to get the message on your motive.

So would you like to retract that statement? I said I would allow you to do that and it wouldn't be brought up again.


I don't need to retract it because I never said that.   You just made that up.

I stated that freedom and liberty are inversely proportional to the size of any given society.

in other words,

The larger a society is, the more powerful its government becomes.  As government becomes more powerful, lawmakers will pass laws that take away liberties and freedoms from the individual.
  
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Reply #26 - Aug 10th, 2018 at 12:39pm
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SkyChief wrote on Aug 10th, 2018 at 12:31pm:
I don't need to retract it because I never said that.   You just made that up.

I stated that freedom and liberty are inversely proportional to the size of any given society.

in other words,

The larger a society is, the more powerful its government becomes.  As government becomes more powerful, lawmakers will pass laws that take away liberties and freedoms from the individual.


I paraphrased for simplicity. The more correct quote is that you said that the LP could never become government of a large country. And I think you even included 'small' country.

You've also said that libertarianism is an 'ideology' and not meant to become government.

You've been given the opportunity to retract your words. I take this as a dishonest attempt to retract by lying.

In good faith, I'm going to allow you to get away with it for now. If you run off at the mouth and ruin the small chance of you being amenable to my 'agreement' then you'll find out how quickly you'll be thrown back in the LP disinformation gutter.
  
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Re: Libertarian Policies of US Presidents
Reply #27 - Aug 10th, 2018 at 2:43pm
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..you said that the LP could never become government of a large country. And I think you even included 'small' country.

You've also said that libertarianism is an 'ideology' and not meant to become government.

Close enough.

I've explained my rationale behind them.  If you disagree, state the reason(s) for your disagreement.

I'm more than happy to discuss LP agenda with you - it's one of my favorite subjects!
  
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Reply #28 - Aug 10th, 2018 at 2:52pm
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SkyChief wrote on Aug 10th, 2018 at 2:43pm:
Close enough.

I've explained my rationale behind them.  If you disagree, state the reason(s) for your disagreement.

I'm more than happy to discuss LP agenda with you - it's one of my favorite subjects! 


It's all to do with LP reform and you don't accept that.

I'll take your admission of guilt! And I'll continue to warn you about talking down the LP and it's chances of forming government.

I advise you not to start trying to invent reasons why it can't but if you do then I will surely report you as being totallly contrary to our cause.

(and I was right about you declaring that you weren't a member of the LP wasn't I!)

You're a waste of air chief. You just can't seem to get anything right anymore. I've made you crazy!  Tongue
  
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Reply #29 - Aug 10th, 2018 at 3:02pm
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It's all to do with LP reform and you don't accept that.

I'll take your admission of guilt! And I'll continue to warn you about talking down the LP and it's chances of forming government.

"Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclination, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." - John Adams

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I advise you not to start trying to invent reasons why it can't but if you do then I will surely report you as being totallly contrary to our cause.

You won't be reporting anyone, Dink.   Snap out of your delusions.

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(and I was right about you declaring that you weren't a member of the LP wasn't I!)

No. Perhaps you are confusing me with someone else. (?)

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You're a waste of air chief. You just can't seem to get anything right anymore. I've made you crazy!  Tongue

More delusions.
  
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